What Does Certified Pre-Owned Mean?

February 13th, 2019 by
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Certified pre-owned (CPO) means that a used car, truck, or SUV has the manufacturer’s stamp of approval. Every late-model, low-mileage CPO vehicle must pass a rigorous inspection in order to be certified, and each comes with a wide range of benefits, including warranty coverage. By choosing a certified pre-owned vehicle, St. Louis area drivers can eliminate…

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Can You Lease a Used Car?

December 28th, 2018 by
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Used car leasing is not a common practice, but some dealerships do offer it. Typically, a used vehicle that can be leased will be part of a certified pre-owned program. Brands that explicitly do not offer used car leases are GMC, Cadillac, Ford, Chevrolet, and Buick. Curious about leasing a used vehicle? Contact Suntrup Automotive Group, serving…

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Coupe vs. Sedan: What’s the Difference?

December 20th, 2018 by
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Most car buyers in St. Charles might assume the answer to this question is that coupes have two doors, while sedans have four doors. This is one notable difference between the two, but there are other factors when it comes to separating sedans vs. coupes. Deep dive into the coupe vs. sedan differences at Suntrup Automotive Group….

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